Make all of your South American adventure dreams come true with the second piece of paid downloadable content available for Planet Zoo, as well as a free content update. The Planet Zoo: South America Pack comes with more than 250 scenery pieces and five new animals. If that sounds like something you can’t wait for, you’re in luck, as it’s available now.
Coming with the free content update are new building pieces, foliage, and enrichment items. A number of gameplay changes are being made with update 1.2 as well. These include a guest education management tab, more in-depth guest happiness information, changes to how animals are fed, and even difficulty settings. Changing the difficulty will affect things such as animals becoming bored with enrichment items, how quickly staff tires, and how much money guests will spend. Check out Planet Zoo‘s website to see all of the changes from the free update.
Planet Zoo: South America Pack
For those interested in the Planet Zoo: South America Pack, you’re able to purchase it on Steam now for $9.99. The animals you can get your hands on for that price are jaguars, capuchin monkeys, giant anteaters, llamas, and the red-eyed tree frog.
The DLC also includes new pieces of architecture to theme your new animal kingdom. You’ll be able to live your South American dream with bamboo and thatched roof structures, an Aztec temple themed entrance, and plenty of foliage to choose from. With more than 250 buildings, scenery, and foliage pieces, you’re able to open up your imagination immensely when building your habitats.
Be sure to check out the Planet Zoo: South America Pack launch trailer to get your eyes on all the building possibilities.
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